The company was founded in 2002 with a whole-genome mapping technology and more recently moved into the microbial genetics space.
At AGBT last week, MinIon users reported de novo genome assembly, human cDNA sequencing, microbial surveillance, and other projects.
An international team of researchers has sequenced the wheat pathogen Mayetiola destructor to find a large repertoire of effector genes that may help it infect plants.
Baylor's clinical exome enhances coverage of over 3,600 genes and the lab has also validated Illumina's HiSeq X Ten for its research pipeline.
At AGBT, the firm discussed the launch of the Proton PII chip, an update of the PI chip, and sample prep improvements.
In Science this week: gene regulation changes linked to human brain evolution, and more.
The New York Stem Cell Foundation's Initiative on Women in Science and Engineering working group presents seven strategies to promote gender equality in the sciences.
Researchers link a genetic variation to the ability to quickly process arsenic in people living in the Andes Mountains.
A small portion of pregnant women who've undergone non-invasive prenatal testing have found out from the test that they have cancer.